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Sophos Lays Off 450 Workers As Economic Worries Loom  

Sophos has announced plans to lay off 10% of its workforce, or about 450 people, citing economic uncertainty. So reports GovInfoSecurity.

ExitAmong pure-play cybersecurity vendors to disclose layoffs since the technology sector’s slowdown began in May 2022, only OneTrust has shed more jobs than Sophos, according to data compiled by, a tracker of tech job cuts.

The current round of job cuts is reportedly Sophos’ second since the UK-based cybersecurity provider was acquired by private equity firm Thoma Bravo in March 2020.

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